A personal data breach must be reported to the supervisory authority if the breach may pose a risk to data subjects rights and freedoms. Data subjects, on the other hand, must be informed if the breach is likely to pose a high risk to their rights and freedoms. For example, registrants may take steps to reduce the adverse effect (e.g. by closing their credit card).
The notification must include the following information:
The organization lists the relevant government actors with whom it is important to actively contact and, if necessary, get in touch quickly. These authorities include national law enforcement and supervisory authorities.
A clear contact person should be defined for the relevant authorities to act as a contact point for the organization.